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With one of the biggest and best patios in the EAV, Midway is our spot to kick-it with a pitcher of beer and watch a soccer game.
Fadó Irish Pub
This popular Buckhead spot gives you kick-ass food like Tangy Guinness BBQ wings and the crepe-style chicken quesadilla along with plenty of Irish soccer pub charm.
This eastside address has grown into a familial gathering spot for movie, music, and sports lovers to hover with a brew and one of the best bar cheeseburgers in town.
Where To Eat & Watch Football If You're Not A Falcons Fan
For Atlanta transplants in search of an NFL home, away from home.
The 5 Best Things To Eat At Mercedes-Benz Stadium
With tasty burgers, wings, and even lobster rolls, the Falcons are doing all they can to keep Super Bowl-hungry fans from rising up.
Where To Watch Football And Eat Good Wings
Because we’ve finally found the perfect use for the word "wingding."
Stats in Downtown Atlanta is a great place to go for good wings, cold brews, and ATL sport fandom.
Dugan's Restaurant & Bar
Because this beloved Ponce De Leon sports bar is closing its doors soon to prep for a Northlake relocation in 2023, time is running out to sample these wings.
656 Sports Bar & Grille
A quick drive from Mercedes-Benz Stadium and a quicker walk from Georgia State’s Center Parc Credit Union Stadium, this Summerhill spot works for any pre-game revelry, game-time gathering, or post-game celebration.
Big Game Sports Bar & Grill
Options are the name of the game at this new Old Fourth Ward sports bar.
Yard House at The Battery is a great pick for an unlimited selection of beer and reliably decent bar food.
Terrapin Taproom is attached to Truist Stadium, so on- and offseason, it’s a good spot to live and breathe all things Braves.
With six locations in the metro area (including this sometimes slept-on Midtown option), Hudson Grille has earned a reputation for being a straightforward stop for watching a game or UFC fight while getting a decent bite to eat.
Staring rival Hudson Grille down from across Peachtree Street in Midtown, this ATL fave doesn’t blink an eye because it knows it’s got history (locals have wiped their chins at area Taco Mac locations since ’79), a booth-filled dining area, and a whopping 17 wing flavors on its side.
If you need a spot to watch a game, particularly soccer, Brewhouse in Little Five is your sports bar.
The Painted Pin
The Painted Pin in Buckhead is a bowling alley you'll actually want to bring friends to, from the actually good food to the Moscow Mule slushies.